Vatican Suites Inn
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... to the central part of Rome. Streets and footpaths all cobble stoned and all the buses and cars seem to rattle.
Walked a kilometre or so to the Trevi Fountain past the Spanish steps fountain - Trevi was a disappointment as it was closed off with glass screens for full renovations. Fountain full of work equipment and no water. Yvonne still threw a coin over her shoulder/fence for good luck. Continued a slow walk back to our hotel via ...
... the Tevere River on the Ponte St Angelo, the first bridge to connect either side of the river, named so due to the Castel Sant Angelo. We then walked to St Peter’s Square in the Vatican City.
Between the first and second walking tour, I went to the Castel Sant Angelo (Castle of the Holy Angel). The building is particularly interesting as it was added to over the centuries to fulfil different purposes. The castle was originally built for ...
... a different B&B in the village so there was enough room. So from the station we go to our new home for two nights and meet Georgio who shows us through the little self contained house in his garden. It is lovely and very well equipped, even has a pizza oven in the kitchen! He insists on making sure we know how to work everything, including the TV! Not really a lot of use to us as we do not speak Italian. He was very nice and finally we settle down for a well deserved sleep after a log and busy ...
10 hours. The length of time required to fly from LAX to London. And also how long it takes to watch the movie Gravity, drink a complimentary apple juice, finish a medium level Sudoku, have almost every limb fall asleep, and always hoping my mind would follow suit, and grow more and more restless after each passing minute.
As I landed in Rome (finally) I was overwhelmed. ...
... having mini panick attacks on the inside!!! Our bus ride back to the hotel was something similar to my Mom, Joan and Katie's New York City cab ride. We were in the bus for an hour and a half. Towards the end we were jammed in like a bunch of sardines...it was unreal. Jess and I were both standing by this point. Being surrounded by a bunch of tired and mostly unfriendly Romans just makes you want to jump off the bus!!! ...